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WOMEIf AMD MICE. Tha reason whr a woman i arret mouse is a profound re rstory Indeerf, It ha aever been verv rlmrlv nmrn tv. ... u But some women are constantly in suck i petrous, Irritable condliion that the sllc-lites thing annoys and startl. a them. The cause o this I 01 anaira is usuaili ome functional deranir. ment ; some distress ' tar or nnmrii irtvxvn). j umortimate state of affairs is usuulh rla .1 tent ov peculiar weakness Incident to En Z;.Vi' W V aut' 10 "inanimation, ul aeration or dlsplaoemi nt, of some of th jelvio viscera, or to ther orsranio lesloai peoullar to her sex. From whichever caus It may arise, Dr. Pierce s Favorlto Presort p non Is a pnrttiv rtnwly, so oertain in iU 7. TV vmii urn. iii rnanutacturers sal it, tnrougb drug-lists, under jm giving satisfaction ffuarntifu ai in iiwri mi ... 7..-aI v a "r w,u promptly r undstt As a soothing and strengthenfns " "Favorite Piesoription" is une J" ' invaiuaDii- in allaying and sue uurroua excitaoiuty, irritability -auaviuu, prostration, hysteria, spasms ant mor aistressing, nerve us srmptnms com only attendant upon functional and orgnnlt tUaease of the womb, lt Induce refreshini kj hhi anxiety ana epondcncy. Copyright, 1S88, by Woelb's Dts. If an. ASSTL DR. PIERCE'S PEILETS oSKS a ""vs- "r l ainsrtio, according to aisa By Druggist U seats a rial. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Methodist Epti ii Cm'Brn. 1.ot.t Sun rrnncwco St. 'e.G V. Fry Pas tor. rppWpnrp next th church. Pprsbvtkrian rwi-HCH. (Iraiit W. Rpv (ipom Q. Smith, Pastor. reniiVnr C ar- emlnn (tarrlens. Cm'Hrn op thk Hi,v Faith Epis copal). Upppr Pr'bi-p Avpnnp. Kev. E-lwarrl W. Moanv. R 'Oy.m ),resi 'n. P fntrtrvlral St,' OoNuRuoATHmi 'hi hi h -Near the rtiiversity. FRATERNAL ORDERS. MONTEZUMA LODGE, No. 1, A. F. 4 A. M. Meets an the first Monday of each month. SANTA FE CHAPTER, No. 1, R. A. Batons. Meets on the second Monday of each month. SANTA n Knights Templar. COMMANDKRY, No. 1, Meets on the fourth Monday ol each mouth SANTA PE LODGE OF PERFECTION, No. l 14th degree A. A. 8. R. Meets on the third Monday of each month. AZTI.AN LODGE. No. 8, 1. O. 0. F. Meer even Friday nlitht. SANTA FE LODGE, No. ., K. of P. Meets Irst and third Wednesdays. GERMANIA LODGE, No. 6, K. t P. Meet d and 4tb Tuesdays NEW MEXICO DIVISION, No. 1, Uniform (tank i. of P Meets Brst Wednesday in earh numb. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OP AMERICA. leers sii-ond Thursday In the month. SANTA PE LODUK, No. .B&7, t. 0. O. O. f. Meets drat and third Thursdays. viilftn luuus, no. s, A. u. r VV, HeetKt-very secoud and fourth Wednesdays CARLETON POST, No. a, Ij. A fc.. meets rt aut" third Wednesdays of ea. h mnnrh. ai nt' woiirt, Hide -if the plaza 00 a. ui . sis 1- f s 2 e -s is s a 5 1 7. it) 'S3 a a 5 5C 33 5 a s s . & a sasaaa a p. p. S H o I a a S 5 lis: a m a, -J. sea B0,l Is frd OS C ft. Ai 3 iea m S B 3 A .-;E6 sa a 68 gl 1 d 8 Notice of Sa'e. Notice is hereby given, that whereas, Nestor Ruilml ami Maria B. cte Knilial, tiis wife. did. on the 23d day of February 1S8m, execMite. acknnwledne and deliver to Charles Haepehnath. their mortgage deed, which deed is duly suned and ac krjowledued by the said Nestor Roibal and Maria B. de Roibal, his wife, and recorded in the office of the probate clerk and ez-nfficio recorder ot the county of Santa Fe, in the territory of New Mexico, In book "Ji" of mnrttiBKPS, at pave 4jU, on the let day of March, A. 1) lbm i on V'Vlniitothe said Ohnrles Haftpelmath 'I the following described lots, .tracts and parcels of land and real ei-tate, vituale ( inu and beini! in the county of Santa F and territory of New Mexico, and umre particularly In un led aa follow a, to w't: A parcel of land situate in Canon' cito, in the c unty of Santa Fe aforesaid, on the public road b adinK lrorti the city of Santa Fe to San M vuel, near the en trance of the Canon de los Apaches, and beui u a part of the ranch known as "El Kancho de Nnestra Senora de la Lnz," beinij one-third of the 1,000 varae of land measured from north to touth. and bouni eil on the north by Canon dels Apaches, and on the F-outh tiv landa pertaininu t aforesaid Ranch ; on the east by the road leading to liahxieo. and ou the west, by the lands of Deiitado, known as the Ca nada de los Alanioa. Also, the ho.ne' stea l of the said N'Stor Koibal and wife, in Canoncito aforeaaid, bounded on the niTlh by government lands, on the south bv lite Manzanares tract, on the east by the Manzanaren grant and on the went by government land. Also any other land we may have in Canoncito afore said, "and w hereas, said mortgage deed was made to secure the payment to the said Charles Haapelmath, tfr his order, one certain promissory note of even date with said mortgage deed, for the sum of eleven hundred and fiftv-one dollars and fifty cents ($1,151.50), payable eighteen mouths after its date, with interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum, from date until paid, and the said mortgage deed authorized and empowered the said Charles Haspelmath, or his agent or at torney, in case of the failure of the pay ment by the said Nestor Roibal and wile. their lieirs, executors, administrators or asaigna of the said sum of mouey, in sai t promissory note specified, when thesame should become due and pavable, together Willi all interests that mav have accrued thereon, to take puKhession of said grant- kM preiiinteH and real entHte, and alter having given notice of the time and ulace of bale, by notice published in some newspaper printed in the county of !anta Ke, and territory aforesaid, at least tn days prior to the sale, to expose and sell said property at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, and to execute and deliver to the purchaser or purchasers there f, a uood and sufficient deed or deeds therefor, and to apply the proceeds arising from said sale to the Davmeut of Baia note, ana tne accrued interest there on, having first paid out of the proceeds the costs of said sale, and the residue, if any should remain, to be paid over to the sani rueaior Koihal and wile. And whereas the whole of said indebt edness, together with $10067, interest thereon, is now due and unpaid, and will on the dav of sale hereinafter mentioned, amount together with principal and in terest to the sum of twelve hundred and hfty-eight dollars and seven cents ($1,258.07.) Now, therefore, I, the undersigned, the party of the second part and mort gagee iu said mortgage deed, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me, will on Saturday the 10th day of January, A. 1). 1MM, at the front door of theSama Fe county court house, in the town of Santa Fe, N. M., at the hour or 1 2 o'clock noon on Said day, expose anil offer said premises and real estate for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash. Charles Haspelmath, Mortgagee. Ssnta Fe, N. M., Dec. 24, 18H0. THE COUNTY BOARD. SR. BANDEN'B ELECTRIC BELT WEAKME! RII.ITATIfDtbniiKlil niSI HKTIIINSorSIllBSI WK 0BAR- CMS55. Jims to CUKM bj thii Ki IMPROVlC-KJLJrtltCTRIC StlT AHD timj. . ukvima monkv. u.d for thii neelfia pur Cm, Car sf anmln Wnkieu, si. lok Freely, and. Sooth, s, Continaon Carrestl or KlMtrlotly through ill WKAK PARTS, rtltorlnt them to HKALTII ud tllUIKtlt 8 8TRK.WNL Bteetrie Current Fell leaUnllj, or we forfeit Ss.OOO In eeib. BR1.T and Satpeaaerf Coaplete Ct US an. Wortt eueePere U..I1J Cared In three euntbe. Sealed pamphlet Free. tAIOEK ELECTRIC CO., SRINNH IL0GI. BtaVU, COLk For LOST 01 FAILINO MANFC0B Oaneral and NKKVOUS DEEIUTY LUof Erroraori?xr:esaflaln rUHnpTmi.. Ilabeat, Sabla aANIHMID hill l!r-lr.d. How teenlire. and Hlr,n,teanHA, tMt:Itl.(irill!-lll;tN8riHTor SOIIt. Abeolutail anfallles HUUK TllkUMKST-BeneSle le s dai. a teatlir freaa SO Rtatea end FaMice Coaetrlea. IVrlta theaj. Deaertptlae Beoh, eaplanatlnn ena preefa aaalM leealedlfrae. "dree. CRIK MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. M- V. 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TO WEAK TJEfl Buffering from the effects of youthful errors, aarly decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, eta., I will send a valuabls treatise ( sealed) containing tnl particulars (or home cure, pR Ffr of charge. A splendid medical work i should tie read by every mail who is nervous and debilitated. AddresaV Prof. F. C """i HoodJua. Conn. btiwa lit Imitit ons. T'OTlCri .'lOGflAPH JCtr LABEL 57THE GENUINE n set . SUBSCRIBE FOn m A Fearless, free, consisted H' laitsec'itorialop'ri ions, ha-mor- E "3r vw A IVI .AT E 8 Bpeclary dovoted to tha growing intoresta ol tha rio''. tnd promistog EM EST S A N T A ri e e c u. Si t 1 1? E coming itats ol New ZIoxIco. EYEBYSODX WAHT0 IT OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. At a meeting of the board of county commissioners of the county of Santa Fe, N. M., held on Friday, December 19, 1890. at the office of said board iu the court house of laid county. Present, George W. North, temporary chairman of said board, and Frederick Grace, county commissioner. It appearing to the board that Marcelino Garcia, clerk of this board, is incapacita ted from acting as such, and the services of a clerk being desirable, it is, ore motion of Mr. (irai e, which motion is seconded by Mr. North, ordered by the board that li. o. Uancy be and tie bereby is appoint ed clerk of the board. It is ordered by the bourd that public proclamation be made, ai d that hand bills be posted up at the most public place io each precinct of the county of Bant Fe, iu the words and figures following to it: Whereas, By an act of the 28th legis lative assembly, (chapter 113) fcrtmiarv 28, 1839. it is made the duty ol the Ixianl I count) commissioners of rach county in the territory ot JNew Mexico to pro claim an elvction, to be held iu thtir re spective t'ounties, for the purpose of vot ing lor candidates lor ttie ollites of Justices nf the Peace; Constables; Si bool Directors, and JVlavordouioB of Acequias: said officers to be elected for the term of one year from the 1st day of February, A. u. 18'Jl ; and, v tiereas the second Mon day iu January in each year is designated try said act lor holding such elections, lherelore, ttie board ot county commis sioners of the county of Santa Fe.in legal session, held at Santa Fe, the county seat of said county, this 19th day of Decemlier, a. u. isiru, nave ordered as follows, to wit: That on Monday, the 12th day of Jan uary, A. D. 1891, an election will be held in ttie various election precincts within the county of Santa Fe, territory of New Mexico, at which election candidates will be voted upon by the legally qualified voters in each precinct for the following officers, to wit : One (1) Justice of the Peace for each precinct. Une (1) Constable for each precinct. lliiee tf) School Directors for each school dinirict. Oiie(l) Ma)ordomoof Acequias for each uiaiu ditch. George VV. North, FkHDEKICK UiUCK, Co. Comrs. of the Co. of Sauia Fe. Attest: H. S. Clancy, Clerk. It is further ordered by suid board that the following named persons be, and ihev hereby are appointed judges of the election to be held in the county of Santa Fe on the 12th day of January, 1891, in accordance with the foregoing proclama tion, in their respective precincts, and that the places where the people are to meet to hold said election, shall be the places hereinafter designated. Precinct No. 1. Juuges of election, Deluvino Romero, Ramon Sena y Ribera and Jusus Maria Ortiz y Baca. Ejec tion to be held at the house of Nicolas Quiutana. Preciuct No. 2. Judges of election, Vi cente Ortega, Joxe Antonio Jimenes and Jose Maria Gonzales. Kiectiou to be held at the house of Valentin Pacheco. Precinct No. 3 Judges of election, James Douavant, Dionicio Kibera aud Luis Moya. Election to be held at the house of Antonio Jose Kael. Preciuct No 4. Judges of election, Ca- nuto Alarid, VVui. M. Bergeraud Leandro Ribera. Kiectiou to be heio at the house ot Benigno Ortega. Preciuct No. 6. Judges of election, Ju ho Girou, Felipe Pino and Caudelario Romero. Election to be held at the house of Juan Jose Romero. Preciuct No. (i. Judges of election. Je sus Koniero, uerman Pino and Bauifacio Narvais. Election to be held at the house of German Pibo. Precinct No. 7. Judges of election, C. VV. Uptegrove. James Miller and Josenh Richards. Election to be held at the school house of said precinct No. 7. Preciuct No. 8. J udges of election, Pe dro Peua, Demetrio Leyba and Juan San doval: Election to be held at the house of Fernando Peua. Preciuct No. 9. Judges of election, Juau M. Vigil, Reyes Roibal aud Pedro Lujau. Election to be held at the house oi Alejandro Gonzalea. Precinct No. 10. J udges of election, E. E. Sluder, James Swan and Milton Fink. Election to be field at the house of E. E. Sluder. Precinct No. 11. Judges of election, Robert M. Carlev, Juan Guerrero aud E. 11. Dunbar. Election to be held at the house ol Robert M. Carley. Preciuct No. 12. Judges of election, Juau Manuel Augel, Manuel Martin y Garcia aud Simon Segura. Election to be held at the house of Victoriauo Garcia. Precinct No. 13. Judges of election Peter Powers, Sautos Ortega, and Joseph Rutiedge. Electiou to be held at the house of Peter Powers. Preciuct No. 14. Judges of election, Autouio Maria Martinez, Francisco Cha vez aud Xomas Vigil. Election to be held at the house of Antonio Maria Mar tinez. Precinct No. 15. Judges of election, Juau Gallegoa, Andres Archuleta and Nicolas Bustos. Election to be held at the house of Facundo Martin. Precinct No. 16. Judges of election, P. H. Leese, Guadalupe Mestas and Manuel D. Martin. Election to be held at the house of Jose Amado Lucero. I reciuct No. 17 Judge of election, Francisco Maldouado, Junto Lovate and Jesua Guiterres. Election to be held at the house of Francisco Maldonada. Precinct No. 18. Judges of election, Donaciano Martin, Edward Walsh aud Jesus Diiuas. Election to be held at tbe house of Donaciano Martin, It is further orderdd by the board that the actiug chairman of this board be and hereby is directed to contract for aud purchase t the expense of the county of Santa Fe, eighteen ballot boxes for use at the electiou in said county to be held ou the 12lh day of January, 1891. Gkokgk W. North. Fkuderick Grace. County Commissioners of tbe County of Santa Fe. Attest: H. 8. CxANcr, Clerk Tin Daily M Mexican KEADABIK PARAGRAPHS, Advioa to Motltera. Mrs. Wlrwlow's Soothinf? Syrup should always be used when children are cutting teeth, lt relieves the nine simerer ai once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain. nd the lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pleasant to tastfi. It sooMioh the child, softens the gum, allays all pain relieves wind, regulates the bowpls, am Is the best kn own remedy for diarrhoea, T hether arising from teething or-ither C osss. Twenty-tive cents a bottle "1 wonder how a composer feels when he encounters an organ grinder turning out one of bis com positions "I don't bdeive he likes it any belter than we do w hen we have to meet our own notes." Hhiloh'a Catarrh Keinetty, A positive cure for catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. C. M. Creamer. A i.oug Lino. It is 2,714 miles from City of Mexico to Sr. Louis. We have just placed some superb Pullman pHlace sleepers on through line between those to cities via El Paso and Burrton, which makes the entire distance without change. Los Angeles to St. Louis is 2,121 miles. Pullman tourist sleepers now run between those points, via Albuquerque aud Burr ton, without change. The Frisco line, in connection with Santa Fe route, is a favorite one to St. Louis and beyond. G. T. Nicholson. G. P. & T. A., A.. T. Sc S. F. R. R. Co., Topeka, Kas. The Chinaman who lighted his pfpe while repairing a powder mill lias given up smoking. It takes a loug time for some men to learn that tobacco is injurious. Blilloh's Vitalise' Is what you ueed for constipation, loss of appetite, dizziness, and all symptons of dyspepsia. Price ten and seventy-five cents er bottle. C. M. Creamer. Holiday Travel. A holiday excursion ticket makes an appropriate Christiims present, lt flti any size stucking and suits any size purse. The favorite Santa Fe route has made very low rates from this place to points ou A., T. & S. F. R. R. within a distance of 200 miles, for holiday business. Tickets on sale December 24, 25 and 31 aud January 1, good until January 5 returning. Call ou local agent A., T. & S. F. R. R. for particulars. Children always Enjoy It. SCOTT'S L, of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo phosphites of Lime and Soda la almost as palatable as milk. Children anjoy It rather than otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH PRODUCER It la Indeed, and tha little lads and lossies who take cold easily, may be fortified against a cough that might prove serious, by taking Scott's Emulsion after their meals during the winter season Beware of tubsMutlont and imitalitm. -J J. R. HUDSON, MANVPACTl'KaSK OF Mexican Filigree Jewelry, WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Henlng Machine lUpalrlne; and all kinds of Bevrlng Machine Supplies. A liue Line of Npecianiee and Ete tiltsses. I'h.,tgraphle Views of Ban's Fe and Vlotnitj South Side of Plaza SANTA FE, N. M LUM Feed and Transfer. "I'm in a quandary for an appropriate character in which to go to the New Year'ri ball." ' You might go as a good resolution." all kinds ei k.ieri and Fmnried Lamher: Texas floorlna at the loweni M arret rnos. ows and boon. llso oarry ou a general Tranxlt'r laMUesa sud deal lu Ray aud Orala Oili. e iictir A., T. & S. F. I) pot. Why Will Von Cough , when Shiloh's Cure you immediate relief. Price eta., and $1. C. M. Creamer. will give lOcts., 60 The best job work for many a hundred miles done right here at the New Mex ican printing office : bnel work, record work, all kinds of printing, binding, book work and the like is to be had here at the lowest possible prices and in first-class shape ; patronize home industry and do not send your, job work to St. Louis and Chicago. Keep it here and helD vouraelf and the town along. Croup, And bronchitis Shiloh s Cure. Whooping Cough immediately relieved by C. M. Creamer. Book publishing very desarlUua f Book and Psmsblet woi-k promptly sad sstly sasesteda tlmstes furnished on applleatlou. "if ram have maiiaaerlpt writs to sat Fa. Haw Maxlao, to the NEW HH1C1H PRIMS CO The New Discovery. Yoj have heard your friends and neigh bors talking about it. You mav yourself be one ot the many who knows from per sonal experience just how good a tiling it is. if you have ever tried it, you are one of its stauucti friends, because the wonder ful tiling about it is ttiat when once given a trial of Ut. King's JNew Discovery ever alter holds a place in the house. If you have uever used it and should be afflicted with a cough, cold or any throat, lung or chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time or money refunded. Trial bottles free at A. C. Ireland's drug store. The First Step. Perhaps you are run down, can't eat. can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, anil you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning, you are taking the tirst step into nervous promratiou. You ueed a nerve tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find tho exact remedy for restoring your nervous sj Btem to its normal, healthy condition. Sur prising results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Yourappetite returns, good digestion is restored, aud the liver and kidnevs resume healthv action. Try a bottle. Price 60c, at A. C. Ireland's drug store. Book binding to the Queens taste and at American prices at the New Mexican book bindery. DUDROW 6l HUGHES, Proprietors Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Comp'y R P. HILL, Secretary and Treasurer. IRON AND BRASS CASTINOS. OliK, C I, ANT) LIMB Fit OAKS, SHAFT ING, rrLLKY, GKATK8 BAI5H, BABBIT MKTAI.S, COL. LAIN AND IKON FRONTS FOB 1H ILIIr(iS. REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Rev. Oeo. II. Thayer, Of Bourbon, hid., says: "Both mvself and my wife owe our lives to Shilohs' Consumption Cure. xiicks Why is it that there is never a match iu this house? Mrs Hicks 1 can't make matches. Hicks Strange; your mother cou'd. Sleepless Nights Made miserable by that terrible cough, bhiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. C. M. Creaiuer. Twloe a Week for a Dollar a Year. The Weekly Republic of St. Louis will go to its subscribers twice a week during November and December, one sheet of six pages being mailed every Tuesday and another everv Friday. This will give the readers the news from one to five da) 8 earlier than heretofore, and part of it ahead of any weekly paper, no matter where printed or what day issued. The price will be unchanged, $1 a year, with the usual com missions to agents. Ad dress all orders, The Republic, Ht. Louis, Mo. For pain in the stomach, colic and ttuolera moibus there is nothing better than Chamberlain's colic, cholera aud diarrhoea remedy. For sale by C. M. Creamer, druggist.! It is just 100 years since the first plug hat was made, benator Kvarts refuses to loan it for exhibition attbe World's Fair for fear of taking cold. Tbe laws of health are taught in the schools; but not in a way to be of much practical benefit and are never illustrated by living examples, which in many cases might easily be done. If Some scholar, who bad just contracted a cold, was brought before the school, so that all could hear the dry, loud cough aud know its significance ; see the thin white coat ing ou the tongue aud later, as the cold developed, see the profuse watery expec toration and thin watery discharge from the nose, not one of them would ever fur set what the first symptoms of a cold were. The scholar slwuld then be given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, ttiat all might see that even a severe cold could be cured in one or two days, or at least greatly mitigated, when properly treated as soou as tbe first symptons ap pear. ThiB remedy is famous for its cures ot coughs, colds and croup, lt is made especially for these diseases and is tbe most . prompt and most reliable medicine known for the purpose. Fifty cent bottles for sale by C. M. Creamer, druggist. An opening speech "Who has got a corkscrew ?" A son of Mr. M. I). Pusser, a merchant of Uibraltar, N. C, was bo badly afllicted with rheumatism for a year or more, as to be unable to work or go to school. His father concluded to try Chamber lain's Paiu Balm ou ttie boy. It soon cured him and he has since walked one aud a half miles to school aud back every school day. Filly cent bottles for sale by C. M. Creamer, druggist. Try the New Mexican's now outfit of material and machinery when yon wan 4m Job printing ox blank book works The -:- San : - Felipe ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. The Leading Hotel in New Mexico MCW MANAGEMENT. STRICTLY FIF ST CLASS. RXFITTED AND REFURNISHED. TOURISTS' HKADljUARTEKS Hotel Coach and Carriage in Waiting at All Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES AND LARGE PARTIES. to T3.oo per d,y GK W. MEYLEKT Propr. TIMMER.' HOUSE Silver City, New Mexico. A Healthy Growth. Acker's Blood Elixir has gaiued a firm hold on the American people and is ack nowledged to be superior to all other pre parations, lt is a positive cure for all Blood and skin Diseases. Tim medical fraternity indorse and prescribe it. Guar anteed aud so!d by A. C. Ireland. All kinds of justice of the peace blanks for salt) at the New Mexican printing of nee. FREO.O. WRIGHT, Manager. T A.. MOSES, rope: If so WABASI WHY? Are Von Going East? you will ask for tickets via LINK. Because in the first place it is, to many of the principal cities in the east the NHOICT LINE and, because, on all trains there ars, free to all, new and ele gant it INCLINING CIIAI US, and from points in the Rocky mountain region on all through trains THROUGH PULLM ANS, and to cap the climax of luxury, all trains are fed on DINING CARS. H. M. Smith. ) C. M. Hampboh, J. T. Helm, ( Com. Agt., 1,227 I. Agt., Santa Fe. 17th St., Denver. That Hacking; Congh Can be so quickly cured by Shiloh'sCure. we guarantee it. CM. Creamer. THIS P.M'KH is kept ti tile at E. C nukp's advertising agncy, 64 and ft Merrhants' Exchange, Ran Francisco, Cal.. where contracts for advertising can lie made for it. Teacher What are the agriiultureal products of Ireland? Tommy Potatoes and Irish bulls. Dr. Acker's English Pill. Are aative, effective and pure. For sink headache, disordered stomach, loss of ap petite, bad complexion and biliousness, they have never been equaled, either in America or abroad. Round trip tickets to Las Vegas hot springs and return, good for ninety days, on sale at $5 at A., I. A S. F. railroad office. Bnekleo'i Arnica Salve. The best Salve iu the world for cuts, bruises, tores, uloeia, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required, it is tmaranteed to rive Dflrfect aatisfsuion. or money refunded. Price 26 cents ner bent, ror sale at a. 9. ireiaM's. With your name and address, mailed ti the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga,, ; necessary to obtain an interesting tre.i ise on the blood and the diseases inddss to it. Skin Eruption Cured. Oa of my easterners, a highly respected am! influential eltlsen, bat who is now absent froo' the city, has used Swift's Specific with excellent result. Be says lt cored him of a skin eruptlOD that he had been tormented with for thirty years, snd bad resisted the curative qualities ot many other medicines. &OUBT Clsso, Druggist, Falls City, Met). FOK SALE. 10 R SALE. Option blanks at office of Nw . Mexican frlntlng company. TCOR SALE. Coal Declaratory Statements at M. tbe outre oi Pally Naw Mexican. T70R SALE. New Mexico laws of 1389 at the r Dally Nrw Mexican office; paper bindinir, 13; sheep binding, M, in English; J3.35 and Mib in spanisn. FOB BALK.-Sherlfrs' blank Tax Bale Certlfi cats at the offlosef the Dally Mew Mxi The Yost "Writing Machine. 1 he New and Higher Standard, i Mr. Yost (the inventor af the two other typ-wrltim h0e ne Is wnrlil-wirlc ). has perfected this machine upon rimplifjed ideas. NORIHRON. DIRECT PRINTING; PER MANENT ALIGNMENT. Exl atintlvolv t-s 'ei and Guaranteed an to wl'EED, Strength and MANIrO DINtj i'OWKK. I'nprec dented introduction; SCtOsdopted the brst year. ;0. L. EVANS, Oen'l Agt, Denver. L. A. FEERY, Ter. Agt, Albuquer que, N. M. NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO, Local Agt. Job Printing. tT er Mask Broken, Hlaea, Baaks, Iasar anee Oesaspanles, Real Estate, Businae. Men, a fee. Particular attentloa given t Descriptive Pamphlets of Mining Proper We nuke a specialty ef ties. SHORT NOTIOK, LOW PRICES, FINE WORK, PROMPT aUUEOUTlON BLACK MAGIC JS QUITS DT3. tinot from o mnam. Tn tinA hiddin treasure, oi' locate mines, tae BSi GOLD MAGNET Combines electricity. Magnetism tnd ehamical affinity, and attracts gold and silver as an ordinary magnet does iron. Address: . w jhcLui , or. Lock Box SO, Truckee. Nevada County, OaL Laws ot New Mexico Of 188, S-P-eVOS I3H &r"ElrO-XiI8I3" re iau At tbe Ner Mexican Office. Stock Certificates BIU BeavtU af every small Jet) Printing eaeaoMel wtth eare an dtspatea. Bs laaetes give le Week Rale' to order We ase the APPLY FOB INFORMATION About The Great Southwest Whoro last year farmers netted 1100 to (200 If llcl o per acre for fruit, grown on land that cau be duplicated to-day for 30 per acre. Who ro five ot alfalfa hay, worth 113 pet T1IICIG ton, was grown on laud tua like of which can be bought lor (lb per acre. Where FINEST STANDARD PAPE1 The New Mexican Whoro many, many oth- r produeta, such as i II llcl C sweet potatoes, tomatoes and early i vegetables, netted as large and larger prefits than : fruit. the summers are cool, the winters warm, cyclones unknown and ma laria unheard of. tAhoro there Is the best opening In the world II llcl C lor honest Industry. To W. F. WHITE, Passenger Traffic Mcnager, A., T. & ti. K. K. B., OrHBMtV F. OKIKKSOM, Immigration Agent, a., T. & S F. R. R., 623 Kialto Building, Chicago, 111. This railway passes throuxh twelve states and territories, and having uo .andsof itsowntosell has no object In edvaui'ing the interests of any sjieuial 1. CRlity.or lu giving any otber than ab solutely reliable information. It realises that the prosperity of the farmers of the great south west m aiis prosperity to itself also and is thus naturally willing to aid ir Immigrant as mach as possible.